Mr. Pete Freeman

Mr. Pete Freeman

Pete Freeman is a nonprofit leader with ten years directing and evaluating domestic and global health and wellness initiatives. Co-awarded the self-proclaimed “Nobel Prize for Public Service” for a nonprofit he co-founded at age 14, Pete has gone on to found and direct psychosocial music therapy courses across Indiana, adolescent sexual health initiatives in Ghana, and co-lead the design and construction of six Ghanaian primary schools and a first-of-its-kind Adolescent Health and Wellness Corner in Ghana.

Pete currently serves as the Vice President of Fueled for School, a nonprofit that sustainably reduces food insecurity throughout Central Indiana. If interested to know more, please contact Pete at petefreeman14@gmail.com.

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